Entrepreneurship in Valencia: Hostesses with Down's syndrome, inclusive tourism and tapas for dogs

A company whose hostesses are young people with Down's Syndrome, a firm that organises tapas tours with your dog and supplies canine menus to bars and an inclusive tourism agency that shows you València with a mask are just some of the 293 business projects promoted by the Co-Crea-Te space of the City Council of Valencia, which has just opened its second office in Avenida de Hermanos Maristas. Since 2019, 498 entrepreneurs have launched dozens of initiatives characterised by their social and inclusive vocation. Co-Crea-Te is also the headquarters of Aesal-CV, the business grouping of worker-owned companies, which brings together 50 associates from all over the region.

Full article in Levante-EMV.

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